Hormonal status (specify):
    Is your pet still growing:
    Animal physical condition:
    Your pet's current food:

    How is the appetite:
    Describe eating behavior:

    What does a stool look like:

    Are the stools sometimes covered with mucus:
    Are there non-digested nutrients in the stools:
    Is there sometimes blood in the stools:
    (Already BARFING) are the stools sometimes white & bony:
    (For dog owners) are the anal glands regularly congested:

    What is your animal’s nature:

    What climate is your animal more resistant to:

    How was it detected?

    Any chronic disease:

    What type of nutrition plan do you require:

    How many feedings a day:

    Do you wish to have a fasting day per week:

    Do you wish to include cereals:

    Do you wish to include raw tripes:

    Do you wish to include fish in the diet:

    Do you wish to include raw bones:

    For puppies. Do you wish to give puppy mash:

    How many days a week do you wish to add required / suggested supplements:

    How many days a week do you wish to include raw tripes / raw bones:

    What is the average fat content of the muscle meat you use in %:

    * Coverage of nutritional values
    The coverage of some nutritive elements may not meet the recommendation of the National Research Council (NRC) currently in force. For adult animals, this applies in particular to the zinc and manganese levels and for animals in their growing phase additionally to the calcium and phosphor levels. A real lack of these nutritive elements may have consequences on the animal’s health. However, it should be noted that these NRC recommendations consider a bioavailability of these nutritive elements of only 10 to 50%, meaning that it is assumed that 50 to 90% of them are not absorbed by the body. Prompted by this knowledge, the owners of the animal assume that a BARF nutrition plan based on and reproducing the composition of a “natural prey” does not bring about deficiency symptoms, despite the inability to meet certain NRC recommendations, given the fact that nutritive elements are better absorbed. The previously mentioned bioavailability is thus superior to the one considered and given by the NRC.


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